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What are the ways that Soldiers can be identified as having a substance abuse problem?
Commander / Supervisor Identification
Investigation and or Apprehension
All ASAP referrals are accomplished by the Commander or 1SG using what form?
Completing and signing the DA 8003 Referral Form.
What DA Form is used to transmit sponsorship requirements to gaining commands?
DA Form 5434 or the Electronically Generated DA Form 5434-E
What is meant by the term "overweight"?
A soldier is considered overweight when his or her percent body fat exceeds the standard specified in AR 600-9.
What are the three periods of a normal daily exercise routine?
What are the seven basic principles of exercise?
What are the five components of physical fitness?
1. Cardio Respiratory Endurance
2. Muscular Strength
3. Muscular Endurance
5. Body Composition
Name the five phases in Basic Rifle Marksmanship.
1. Preliminary Rifle Instruction
2. Downrange Feedback
3. Field Fire
4. Advanced Rifle Marksmanship
5. Advanced Optics, Laser and Iron Sights
What are the four fundamentals of marksmanship?
1. Steady Position
2. Proper Aim (Sight Picture)
4. Trigger Squeeze
Name the different categories of malfunctions on the M16/A2.
1. Failure to feed, chamber or lock
2. Failure to fire cartridge
3. Failure to Extract
4. Failure to Eject
Describe the M16/A2 Rifle.
A 5.56 mm, magazine fed, gas-operated, air-cooled, semiautomatic or three-round burst, hand-held, shoulder-fired
What are the 7 types of ammunition that can be used with the M16/A2 Rifle?
1. M193 - Ball
2. M196 - Trace
3. M199 - Dummy
4. M200 - Blank (Violet tip and 7 petal rose crimp)
5. M855 - Ball (Green Tip)
6. M856 - Tracer (Red Tip)
7. M862 - Short Range Training Ammunition (Plastic with a Blue Tip)
Describe the weights of the M16/A2 Rifle.
Without Magazine and Sling - 7.78 pounds
With Sling and a loaded 20 round magazine - 8.48 pounds
With Sling and a loaded 30 round magazine - 8.79 pounds
Describe the ranges for the M16/A2 Rifle.
Maximum Range - 3,600 meters
Max Effective Range for a Point Target - 550 meters
Max Effective Range for an Area Target - 800 meters
What are the 8 steps in the functioning of the M16/A2 rifle?
6. Extract ing
Duty is a legal or moral obligation to do what should be done without being told to do it
What must a Sergeant have in order to accomplish Sergeant's Business?
The Skill, ability and Leadership to train soldiers for combat and lead them into combat
What are the three principal ways that leaders can develop others through which they provide knowledge and
A leader's effectiveness is dramatically enhanced by understanding and developing what areas?
1. Military Bearing
2. Physical Fitness
What are the three major categories of developmental counseling?
1. Event counseling
2. Performance counseling
3. Professional growth counseling
What are the 4 stages of the Counseling Process?
1. Identify the need for counseling.
2. Prepare for counseling.
3. Conduct counseling.
4. Follow up.
A counseling session consists of what 4 basic components?
Opening the session.
Discussing the issues.
Developing the plan of action.
Recording and closing the session.
The history of the Noncommissioned Officer began in what year with the birth of the Continental Army?
What Army Regulation prescribes the policies for completing evaluation reports that support the Evaluation
Reporting System (ERS)?
How many types of NCOERs are there?
2. Change of Rater
3. Relief for Cause
4. Complete the Record
5. 60 Day Rater Option
6. 60 Day Senior Rater Option
7. Temporary Duty, Special Duty or Compassionate Reassignment
What forms are used for the NCOER?
DA 2166-8-1, NCO Counseling Checklist/Record
DA 2166-8, NCO Evaluation Report.
What are the three methods used to teach Drill?
1. Step by step
2. By the numbers
3. Talk-through method
What 4 movements in marching require a 15-inch step?
1. Half step
2. Left step
3. Right step
4. Backward march
Primarily, there are three methods used to present training. What are they?
1. Demonstration (Most Preferred Method)
3. Lecture (Least Preferred Method)
What are the basic colors of a map, and what does each color represent?
Black - Indicates cultural (man-made) features such as buildings and roads, surveyed spot elevations, and all
Red-Brown - The colors red and brown are combined to identify cultural features, all relief features, non-surveyed
spot elevations, and elevation, such as contour lines on red-light readable maps.
Blue - Identifies hydrography or water features such as lakes, swamps, rivers, and drainage.
Green - Identifies vegetation with military significance, such as woods, orchards, and vineyards.
Brown - Identifies all relief features and elevation, such as contours on older edition maps, and cultivated land on
red-light readable maps.
Red - Classifies cultural features, such as populated areas, main roads, and boundaries, on older maps.
Other - Occasionally other colors may be used to show special information. These are indicated in the marginal
information as a rule.
What are 5 major terrain features found on a map?
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